Breitbart – by Penny Starr

Black Lives Matter and other anti-Trump groups held a rally on the grounds of the Capitol on Tuesday to call for President Donald Trump to be censured for what he said about Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) controversial statement that “somebody did something” on 9-11.

People chanted ‘“Hands off Ilhan” and in a series of speeches blamed the president and Republicans for the rise of “white supremacy masked as white nationalism.”  Continue reading “Ilhan Omar: ‘This Is Not Going to Be the Country of White People’”

Yahoo News

SAN DIEGO – Prosecutors are seeking a sentence of life without parole or the death penalty for John T. Earnest, the 19-year-old man accused of killing a woman and wounding three others in a synagogue attack outside San Diego on Saturday.

At his first court hearing Tuesday, Earnest pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder with a special circumstance of a hate crime. He also faces three charges of attempted murder.  Continue reading “Prosecutors seek life without parole or death penalty for teen accused in San Diego synagogue attack”

Yahoo News

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A man armed with a pistol opened fire on students at a North Carolina university during the last day of classes Tuesday, killing two people and wounding four, police said. Officers who had gathered ahead of a campus concert raced over and disarmed the suspect.

The shooting prompted a lockdown at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and caused widespread panic across campus as students scrambled to take shelter.  Continue reading “2 dead, 4 injured in North Carolina campus shooting”

Technocracy News

Since 1973, the Atlantic Council has been a hotbed of Trilateral Commission members and initiatives. Founded by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Commission resuscitated historic Technocracy and fed it to the United Nations as Sustainable Development. Today, both are steeped in UN initiatives and its Sustainable Development Goals. ⁃ TN Editor

Continue reading “Atlantic Council Takes Over ‘100 Resilient Cities’ From Rockefeller Foundation”

Information Liberation – by Chris Menahan

Baker Creek Seed Company on Monday canceled a scheduled visit from rancher Cliven Bundy on how to grow ancient crookneck watermelons in a desert climate after Twitter mobs started threatening all their vendors.

The media tipped the Twitterati off before the event could take place with articles like this one:  Continue reading “Seed Company Cancels Cliven Bundy Visit On Growing Watermelons After Threats From Twitterati”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

Somali American police officer Mohamed Noor shot Aussie Justine Damond in July 2017.

Damond called the police to report a possible assault down the alley behind her home.

When she went out to meet the police car in her pajamas Noor reached over his partner and shot her dead.  Continue reading “MN Police Officer Mohamed Noor Found Guilty of Murder of Justine Damond While Responding to her 911 Call”

Abel Danger

Ed.’s note: What very few people have noticed is that Jared Kushner brought fellow Harvard graduate and protégé Avi (Avraham) Berkowitz directly into the White House as Kushner’s “right-hand man.” How is it that a Harvard graduate can go from Harvard directly into the White House? This is petty astonishing when you stop and think about this: both Kushner and Berkowitz are Jewish, they knew each other at Harvard which is pretty much a Jewish-controlled institution (Harvard has the largest endowment of any university known at around $36 billion), both are “pro-Israel”, “pro-racism” and “pro-Islamophobia” while both are directing and guiding Trump’s foreign policy towards Israel and Palestine. Note too that Berkowitz acts in accordance with his religious beliefs (see Religion As a Weapon of War) concerning Israel. Continue reading “Trump’s “Deal Of The Century” is a Hoax: Experts”


A metals manufacturer faked test results and provided faulty materials to NASA, causing more than $700 million in losses and two failed satellite launch missions, according to an investigation by the U.S. space agency.

The fraud involved an Oregon company called Sapa Profiles Inc., which falsified thousands of certifications for aluminum parts over 19 years for hundreds of customers, including NASA.  Continue reading “NASA Says Metals Fraud Caused $700 Million Satellite Failure”


The US has barred American pilots and low flying planes from going into Venezuela indefinitely following opposition leader Juan Guaido’s failed coup, citing “increasing political instability and tensions.”

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued an “international security” notice barring all US pilots and US-registered aircraft from flying lower than 26,000ft (about 5 miles) over Venezuela, claiming the ongoing struggle between the US-backed opposition and President Nicolas Maduro’s government creates an “inadvertent risk to flight operations.” While it’s unclear how the situation in the air has changed, the order applies indefinitely going forward, “until further advised.”   Continue reading “US bars American pilots and low-flying planes from Venezuelan airspace”

E&E News – by Blake Sobczak

A “cyber event” interrupted grid operations in parts of the western United States last month, according to a cryptic report posted by the Department of Energy.

The March 5 incident lasted from 9 a.m. until nearly 7 p.m. but didn’t lead to a power outage, based on a brief summary of the electric disturbance report filed by the victim utility.  Continue reading “‘Cyber event’ disrupted U.S. grid networks — DOE”